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Healthcare Intelligent Buildings: The Technology Value Chain
Tuesday, April 27, 2021, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
AMFP North Texas
Payment In Full In Advance Only
The future of health buildings requires a flexible, reliable technology infrastructure. Integrated smart technologies to support the overall management and maintenance of health buildings for an individual site as well as a system are required for real-time problem-solving. Technology impacts all aspects of the environment, from the site to the patient to the end-users. Patients and family-centered care requires accurate and timely information for easy access to care, education, and treatment. Caregivers require efficient, effective access to timely information for accurate diagnosis and treatments. This presentation will provide attendees with the knowledge necessary to plan the health facility of the future.
- Establish the influence of technology on the future of healthcare system design and management.
- Identify the advantages of a fiberoptic deep infrastructure and how in-building wireless will impact the future of healthcare.
- Learn how an integrated hospital facility infrastructure delivers valuable use cases for the multiple stakeholders working in and visiting a hospital.
- Identify the new technologies that optimize patient and family centered care focused on experience while also ensuring caregiver satisfaction.
John Dulin, Corning
John Dulin is a 30-year global telecom and enterprise executive. He has held senior positions in product management, marketing and sales in fiber optics, wireless and new technology development. Currently, with Corning, John focuses on introducing its fiber optic and wireless innovations to the Commercial Real Estate and Health Care markets.
Warren Rosebraugh, Schneider Electric
Warren Rosebraugh is the director of solution architects for Schneider Electric Buildings North America, specializing in the healthcare market. His approach is to simplify the healthcare environment by utilizing an integrated control platform. He designs customer solutions based on their unique needs and supports sales efforts by integrating Schneider Electric products with other best-in-class offers. Warren brings more than 25 years of experience in building solutions and security, joining Schneider Electric in 1996. Warren received a Masters in Solution / System Architecture in 2012 from C.E.S.A.M.E.S. Institute in Paris, France.
Corey Gaarde, IMEG
Corey is an Associate Principal and Project Executive for IMEG’s Healthcare Information Technology Advisory Services and Medical Equipment Planning and Procurement team. His role strategically aligns healthcare information technology to the collaborative design process. As a biomedical engineer with more than 20 years of healthcare experience, he fosters client and vendor relationships while developing and implementing complex healthcare IT projects. His technical expertise, clinical aptitude, and innovative approach bridge the gap between technology, architecture/engineering, and clinical operations to drive an owner’s mission and create a service-oriented design. Corey focuses on technology innovation to improve patient and caregiver experience while ensuring a connected care interoperability model. His consultative ability to collaboratively challenge the current state offers unique perspectives while encouraging innovative solutions that balance cutting-edge results, realistic expectations, and favorable outcomes. Corey is active in various industry organizations such as HIMSS, ATA, ASHE, ACHE, NIHD, and Center for Health Design.